LG Debuts The HB45E Home Cinema

LG Debuts The HB45E Home Cinema

LG Electronic announced its ultra stylish 400 watt complete 2.1-channel Bluray HB45E Home Cinema System, which provides access to content like YouTube, Weather Forecasts and Picasa for online photos thanks to the LG Netcast. The HB45E home cinema system comes with an iDock, giving the ability to connect an iPod or iPhone for access to the music collection. The DLNA also allows the home cinema system to access a home music library stored on a computer or a storage device.

The main unit of the home cinema system is very adaptable, so that it can fit perfectly anywhere in your home.

Head of Marketing of Home Entertainment at LG UK, Stephen Gater, said that The HB45E is all about versatility in sound, configuration and content, and that People want easy access to an ever growing range of content like bringing films, photographs, online videos and so much more directly into the living room. He also stated that Stylish design and easy connection between devices in the home is at the heart of this product, with DLNA, LG Netcast and an iPod Dock.

The LGHB45E also includes the latest audio processing technology, in addition to the Bluray capabilities. The consumer will be able to enhance and adjust the sound of the system. For example, he can change to night mode, which reduces the bass when playing movies, thus not disturbing any neighbors or sleeping children. Game mode also produces dramatic sound to boost the gaming experience.

The ultra stylish LG HB45E 400 watt home cinema system is now available, with specifications:

·        400W Power Output
·        Compact Design
o       Dual positioning main unit (vertical/horizontal) with automatic display change
o       Two twistable speakers
·        Different sound settings
·        BD-Live
·        Blu-ray disc playback in 1080p Full HD
·        DLNA
·        NetCast – YouTube, Accuweather and Picasa
·        TV Sound ez Setup (Optical In)
·        iPod / iPhone dock for playing and charging
·        DivX HD / MKV Playback
·        External HDD Playback (FAT32, NTFS)

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